BB 5-Series Bark & Mulch Blower
With 5 cubic yard hopper
The BB 5-Series Bark & Mulch Blower is the newest FINN model and is designed with ease of use and reliable performance in mind for landscape and erosion control contractors. With its simplified control package and streamlined engineering design, the BB 5-Series will be a dependable workhorse for the application of mulches, soil blends and compost and has the added benefit of being straightforward to use and maintain. Save labor by avoiding the manual work of spreading mulches using wheelbarrows. Make more money by doing more projects in a day and put your additional laborers who were moving product by wheelbarrows to work for you on more profitable projects!
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Full 5 cubic yard material hopper for increased productivity and straightforward job costing
- Tier 4Final Cummins QSF 2.8 Diesel, 65hp (48 kW)
Simplified control system for ease of use, ease of training, and reliable performance
Simplified engineering for increased uptime and easier maintenance and troubleshooting
Lightweight design of 8,835 lbs. empty increases payload capacity and provides more versatile towing options. (Working weight of 12,585 lbs.)
- Blower: 725CFM @ 12PSI to help blow a wider variety of materials
- The 25 gallon fuel tank is sized to run the machine for at least 9 hours
- Has a side mounted engine with an open design for ease of access
- Electric tarp is standard to meet DOT load coverage regulations
- Lower cost, entry level unit
USES FOR THE BB 5-SERIES BARK & MULCH BLOWER?
The BB 5-Series is perfect for the mid-size material installation projects such as residential and commercial landscape bed maintenance, filling/installing sediment control filter socks, playground safety surface installation and renewal, indoor courtyard gardens, and other applications that require precise placement of bulk materials. Mulch, bark, soil blends and compost can be applied on virtually any terrain, even in wet conditions, and the BB 5-Series can be especially profitable when accessing hard-to-reach areas.